Do you look forward to Sunday mornings? Hot coffee, comfy couch, feet on the coffee table, and your Sunday paper. Does that sound like your kind of morning? It does to me. I found this great site that gives us just that – smiles and laughs on Sunday morning, or any time of any day for that matter. Catsu was created by two people and a cat who live in Estonia and write cat comics for us to enjoy. I hope you have a chuckle like I did reading through these cute illustrations.
Are you in a predicament? Have you spoiled your furry friend so much that you are at a loss as to what to get him or her? You’re asking yourself, “What do I get a cat that already has everything?” Well you’re in luck because Rau Animal Hospital has put together a list of unique gifts that anyone can get for their special kitty in their life. Did you know there is a monthly subscription that will deliver cat treats and toys right to your door?! Or how about a heated bed for those cold nights? Another fun suggested gift is their very own, custom-made tree. Fun, right? Check out the complete list of gifts for your furbaby here. Happy holidays!
Does your all white cat have blue eyes? Do they sometimes not come when called? Does it seem like they are not always listening? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be dealing with something a little bigger than simply being ignored…deafness. This topic is actually news to me too. I didn’t know hereditary deafness was a major concern in white cats with blue eyes until one of my Facebook followers mentioned something to me. Per the Cornell Feline Heath Center, “researchers found that only 17 to 22 percent of white cats with non-blue eyes are born deaf. The percentage rises to 40 percent if the cat has one blue eye, while upwards of 65 to 85 percent of all-white cats with both eyes blue are deaf.” Here are a few more things to note if your furry feline is white and has one or both eyes blue.